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The Tigers finally get off the schneid against the Royals on the strength of a four-hit complete game win by Mickey Lolich (1-1) and a three-run homerun game-icer by Jimmy Northrup against the Royals top reliever, Ted Abernathy, in the eighth.  

The Tigers are now 1-5 (five games behind the Bosox in the AL East), and the Royals drop to 3-3 (two games behind the Brew Crew in the AL West).

 123456789  R  H  ELOB
Detroit Tigers300100040  8  12  05
Kansas City Royals000110000  2  4  02

 

TigersPOSABRHRBIAVG RoyalsPOSABRHRBIAVG
MICKEY STANLEYCF5110.200 AMOS OTISCF4111.250
CESAR GUTIERREZSS5111.050 JACKIE HERNANDEZSS4000.167
WILLIE HORTONLF5221.190 PAUL SCHAAL3B4000.300
BILL FREEHANC4121.250 LOU PINELLALF4010.300
AL KALINE1B3121.421 BOB OLIVER1B3000.261
JIM NORTHRUPRF4223.200 ED KIRKPATRICKC3000.188
DON WERT3B4001.000    TED ABERNATHYP0000.000
DICK McAULIFFE2B4010.120    DAVE MOREHEADP0000.000
MICKEY LOLICHP3010.286 COOKIE ROJAS2B3110.267
        PAT KELLYRF3011.250
        JIM ROOKERP1000.000
           JOE KEOUGHPH1000.053
           AL FITZMORRISP0000.000
           ELLIE RODRIGUEZC1000.364

 

TigersIPHBBSORERERA RoyalsIPHBBSORERERA
MICKEY LOLICH W(1-1)9407223.09 JIM ROOKER L(0-1)5612443.75
         AL FITZMORRIS2410335.79
         TED ABERNATHY1.2202111.23
         DAVE MOREHEAD0.1000000.00

 

2B:MICKEY STANLEY (1) WILLIE HORTON (1) AL KALINE (2) PAT KELLY (3)
3B:JIM NORTHRUP (1) DICK McAULIFFE (1)
HR:WILLIE HORTON (1) JIM NORTHRUP (2) AMOS OTIS (1)
RBI:CESAR GUTIERREZ (1) WILLIE HORTON (1) BILL FREEHAN (6) AL KALINE (1) JIM NORTHRUP (4) DON WERT (1) AMOS OTIS (3) PAT KELLY (2)


-- Edited by boomer on Monday 2nd of May 2016 03:35:15 PM

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Ted Abernathy pitched for the Kansas City Royals from 1970-1972.  As a result of shoulder injuries and eventual surgery on the old hambone in 1959, Abernathy developed his famous submarine pitch, which kept him pitching rather effectively in the majors for 13 more years.

Here he is demonstrating his delivery while a member of the Cincinnati Reds.

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Possibly due to his awkward pitching style, Ted's right arm was about six inches longer than his left, as is somewhat apparent in his final (1972) Topps card (shown below).

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boomer wrote:

Ted Abernathy pitched for the Kansas City Royals from 1970-1972.  As a result of shoulder injuries and eventual surgery on the old hambone in 1959, Abernathy developed his famous submarine pitch, which kept him pitching rather effectively in the majors for 13 more years.

Here he is demonstrating his delivery while a member of the Cincinnati Reds.

abernathy-1.png?w=199&h=300

Possibly due to his awkward pitching style, Ted's right arm was about six inches longer than his left, as is somewhat apparent in his final (1972) Topps card (shown below).

Ted-Abernathy.jpg?id=e802a0ab-fe8e-430b-


Adds a whole new meaning to that term "stretching them out." 



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Here's another angle that gives you a better sense of the disproportion.

P.S.  I'm just messing with y'all.  For all I know, Abernathy's arms were the same length (though sometimes it didn't appear that way).



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boomer wrote:

Here's another angle that gives you a better sense of the disproportion.

P.S.  I'm just messing with y'all.  For all I know, Abernathy's arms were the same length (though sometimes it didn't appear that way).



-- Edited by boomer on Monday 2nd of May 2016 06:02:47 PM


I know.  I was joking too. wink

But, did you hear Arizona pitcher Shelby Miller had to leave a recent start, because he twice scraped his knuckles on his follow through in a recent game?

And he's not even a submariner.

http://www.ajc.com/news/sports/baseball/ex-brave-shelby-miller-stopped-odd-injury/nq64D/

I wonder if any submarine-style pitchers ever had that problem?



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I figured, though Carl Hubbel may (or may not) have had a twisted gun that aided (or was caused by) his pitching exploits.

As far as knuckle-scrapers, I have been unable to find any.  But I did locate a knuckle-dragger or two.  (I'll refrain from any more Andy Etchebarren comments.  I think we sufficiently dealt with him elsewhere.)

 

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Don appears to be a bit distracted by a satellite transmission here.



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The Cubs held on to their lead in the NL East with a seemingly effortless 6-1 victory over the Giants.  The Giants' formidable lumber managed only four hits against Bill Hands, who evened his record at 1-1.  Billy Williams had three hits for the Cubs, but the big blow came from Ernie Banks, who slammed his first homerun (a three run shot) into the centerfield bleachers in the fourth.  Juan Marichal, who has had a tough time of it in his first two games (his ERA stands at 9.90) picked up the loss.

Next up, the 0-5 Pirates try to escape the winless club against the 3-2 Padres, who will tie the Dodgers and Braves for first place in the NL West with a win.  It's the final game of week one of inter-division play.

 123456789  R  H  ELOB
San Francisco Giants000001000  1  4  0  5
Chicago Cubs00132000x  6  12  1  10

 

GiantsPOSABRHRBIAVG CubsPOSABRHRBIAVG
BOBBY BONDSRF4120.280 DON KESSINGERSS4110.280
KEN HENDERSONLF4010.263 GLENN BECKERT2B5020.167
WILLIE MAYSCF3001.174 BILLY WILLIAMSLF5131.462
WILLIE McCOVEY1B4000.091 JIM HICKMANCF4000.250
JIM RAY HART3B4000.000 RON SANTO3B4220.462
DICK DIETZC4010.333 JOHNNY CALLISONRF3120.190
TITO FUENTES2B2000.273 ERNIE BANKS1B3113.214
DON McMAHONP0000.000 RANDY HUNDLEYC2012.200
AL GALLAGHERPH1000.222 BILL HANDSP3000.000
JERRY JOHNSONP0000.000
HAL LANIERSS2000.182
JUAN MARICHALP1000.000
RON HUNT2B2000.091

 

GiantsIPHBBSORERERA CubsIPHBBSORERERA
JUAN MARICHAL L(0-1)4.21045669.90 BILL HANDS W(1-1)9416101.80
DON McMAHON1.1010000.00
JERRY JOHNSON2222000.00

 

2B:JOHNNY CALLISON (1)
HR:ERNIE BANKS (1)
RBI:WILLIE MAYS (4) BILLY WILLIAMS (5) ERNIE BANKS (3) RANDY HUNDLEY (5)
SB:BOBBY BONDS (3) DON KESSINGER (3)


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"I wonder if any submarine-style pitchers ever had that problem?"

Chad Bradford of the A's was known to scrape his knuckles on the ground when he threw. Of course, it wasn't really a problem for him, though; it signified he was keeping his follow through down. And when he struggled he'd just drop down even more. But that has to be annoying after a while...


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The Pittsburgh Pirates, NL East champions in real life, just cannot seem to get it together.  The Padres jumped on Doc Ellis for four runs on five hits (including a lead-off blast by Ollie Brown) in the first.  They never looked back.  Roberto Clemente had a pair of triples, but committed a costly error in the third that led to the two runs that were the difference in the game.

The Pirates are now 0-6.  The Padres are 4-2 and in a three-way tie for the lead with the Dodgers and Braves in the NL West.

That finishes up week six.  Beginning next week, each team will have a position player added to their roster.  Though I like minimalist rosters, I think another bat on the bench is appropriate.

 123456789  R  H ELOB
Pittsburgh Pirates000300001  4  8 210
San Diego Padres40200000x  6 13 19

 

PiratesPOSABRHRBIAVG PadresPOSABRHRBIAVG
MATTY ALOUCF4011.160 OLLIE BROWNRF5132.391
AL OLIVERLF5000.118 JOSE ARCIASS4120.150
ROBERTO CLEMENTERF4220.278  2B1000.150
BOB ROBERTSON1B5111.200 CLARENCE GASTONCF5110.333
RICHIE HEBNER3B5130.333 NATE COLBERT1B4111.250
MANNY SANGUILLENC4000.160 ED SPIEZIO3B3132.286
GENE ALLEYSS2000.286 AL FERRARALF4110.313
BILL MAZEROSKI2B4011.214 BOB BARTONC4010.222
DOCK ELLISP1000.000 DAVE CAMPBELL2B3000.278
   JOSE PAGANPH0000.200    IVAN MURRELLPH1000.154
   BRUCE DAL CANTONP0000.000    TOM DUKESP0000.000
   DAVE GIUSTIP0000.000    DAVE ROBERTSP0000.000
   WILLIE STARGELLPH1000.400 CLAY KIRBYP2011.500
   LUKE WALKERP00001.000    RAY WEBSTERPH1000.250
           STEVE HUNTZSS0000.125
                 

 

PiratesIPHBBSORERERA PadresIPHBBSORERERA
DOCK ELLIS L(0-1)31002647.00 CLAY KIRBY W(1-1)6.2543305.68
BRUCE DAL CANTON3.1311002.25 TOM DUKES1.2311111.42
DAVE GIUSTI0.2002004.91 DAVE ROBERTS SV(1)0.1001000.00
LUKE WALKER1001000.00

 

2B:MATTY ALOU (1) NATE COLBERT (1)
3B:ROBERTO CLEMENTE (3)
HR:OLLIE BROWN (3)
RBI:MATTY ALOU (2) BOB ROBERTSON (8) BILL MAZEROSKI (4) OLLIE BROWN (6) NATE COLBERT (1) ED SPIEZIO (2) CLAY KIRBY (1)
SB:ROBERTO CLEMENTE (1)

 

 



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AL EastWonLostPctGBRFRAHomeDivStreak 
Boston601.000...36153-05-0W6 
Baltimore51.83313394-04-1W5 
Cleveland33.500336371-22-3W2 
New York33.500317281-22-3W1 
Washington24.333427341-12-3L3 
Detroit15.167520370-30-5W1 

 

AL WestWonLostPctGBRFRAHomeDivStreak 
Milwaukee51.833...29173-14-1W1 
Minnesota42.667122172-14-1L1 
Chicago33.500223261-13-2L1 
Kansas City33.500218241-23-2L1 
Oakland15.167414231-21-4L3 
California06.000517250-30-5L6 

 

NL EastWonLostPctGBRFRAHomeDivStreak 
Chicago51.833...31163-14-1W3 
New York42.667127243-14-1L1 
St. Louis42.667137322-13-2W3 
Montreal33.500237451-23-2L2 
Philadelphia15.167417261-11-4L3 
Pittsburgh06.000524390-20-5L6 

 

NL WestWonLostPctGBRFRAHomeDivStreak 
Atlanta42.667...25153-13-2W2 
Los Angeles42.667037253-14-1L1 
San Diego42.667023263-13-2W2 
Cincinnati33.500130242-02-3W1 
Houston24.333227321-11-4W1 
San Francisco24.333223342-02-3L2 


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Week 7 is underway, and the Mets get back into the swing of things with a 3-1 victory over the reeling Giants.  The Mets managed only three hits off of Gaylord Perry, but two of the them were homeruns (the only two extra-base hits in the game).  The Mets effectively used three pitchers to keep the Giants to one run on six hits.

The Mets are now 5-2, one half game behind the Cubs in the NL East.  The Giants, now 2-5, take over sole possession of last place in the NL West.

Next up, the 1-5 A's take on the 6-0 Red Sox at Fenway.  I have the feeling an upset is in the making.  The scheduled pitchers are Catfish Hunter (0-1, but with a superb 0.75 ERA) and Gary Peters (1-0 and a similarly stingy 1.00 ERA).  Should be a good one.

 123456789  R  H  ELOB
San Francisco Giants100000000  1  6  0 8
New York Mets01100100x  3  3  1 7

 

GiantsPOSABRHRBIAVG MetsPOSABRHRBIAVG
BOBBY BONDSRF4020.310 CLEON JONESLF3001.238
TITO FUENTES2B3110.286 WAYNE GARRETT2B2000.235
WILLIE MAYSCF4010.185  3B0000.235
WILLIE McCOVEY1B4011.115 TOMMIE AGEECF3111.345
JIM RAY HART3B4000.000 DONN CLENDENON1B4000.250
DICK DIETZC4000.286 ART SHAMSKYRF3111.304
FRANK JOHNSONLF3010.143 JOE FOY3B4110.263
HAL LANIERSS3000.143    RON TAYLORP0000.000
   KEN HENDERSONPH1000.250 JERRY GROTEC3000.238
GAYLORD PERRYP3000.000 BUD HARRELSONSS2000.136
   AL GALLAGHERPH1000.200 GARY GENTRYP3000.000
           TUG McGRAWP0000.000
           KEN BOSWELL2B0000.333

 

GiantsIPHBBSORERERA MetsIPHBBSORERERA
GAYLORD PERRY L(1-2)8367334.13 GARY GENTRY W(1-0)7526113.27
         TUG McGRAW1000002.25
         RON TAYLOR SV(1)1100003.00

 

HR:TOMMIE AGEE (1) ART SHAMSKY (3)
RBI:WILLIE McCOVEY (3) CLEON JONES (1) TOMMIE AGEE (3) ART SHAMSKY (5)
SB:TOMMIE AGEE (2) JOE FOY (1)

 

 



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What looked like a blow-out was made quite interesting by the Red Sox in the late going.  The A's, trying to climb back into contention in the AL West, were coasting in the seventh with a 10-1 lead when the Boston bats got hot.  In the bottom of the seventh, the Red Sox chased Catfish Hunter from the mound with six runs to pull within three.  The big blast came from Mike Andrews, who lifted a three-run homerun over the Green Monster off of Mudcat Grant.  But the Oakland bullpen ultimately stopped the bleeding, and the A's came away with a 10-7 win.

It's the first loss for Boston (now 6-1).  Their lead in the AL East has been cut in half to a half game over the Orioles, who have won five straight.  The A's improve to 2-5.  They are 3-1/2 games off the pace in the AL West.

 123456789  R  H  ELOB
Oakland Athletics303200200  10  12  08
Boston Red Sox000100600  7  11  05

 

AthleticsPOSABRHRBIAVG Red SoxPOSABRHRBIAVG
BERT CAMPANERISSS3122.290 REGGIE SMITHCF4210.333
TOMMY DAVISLF5000.200 MIKE ANDREWS2B4113.222
   DICK GREEN2B0000.182    SPARKY LYLEP0000.000
JOE RUDI1B4110.280    JERRY MOSESC1000.444
 LF0000.280 CARL YASTRZEMSKI1B5010.345
SAL BANDO3B4110.292 TONY CONIGLIARORF4011.240
GENE TENACEC5221.400 BILLY CONIGLIAROLF4000.182
   PAUL LINBLADP0000.200 RICO PETROCELLISS4110.333
FELIPE ALOURF2223.278 GEORGE SCOTT3B3121.345
   DON MINCHERPH1111.211 TOM SATRIANOC4121.400
 1B1000.211    VICENTE ROMOP0000.000
RICK MONDAYCF5110.167 GARY PETERSP1000.000
TONY LaRUSSA2B3112.273    GEORGE THOMASPH10101.000
   REGGIE JACKSONPH1000.118    CAL KOONCEP0000.000
 RF1000.118    GARY WAGNERP0000.000
CATFISH HUNTERP3011.143    JOHN KENNEDYPH1111.625
   MUDCAT GRANTP0000.200  2B1000.625
   DAVE DUNCANC1000.200

 

AthleticsIPHBBSORERERA Red SoxIPHBBSORERERA
CATFISH HUNTER W(1-1)6821663.50 GARY PETERS L(1-1)5848885.79
MUDCAT GRANT1.2300222.08 CAL KOONCE1.14122213.50
PAUL LINBLAD SV(1)1.1002000.00 GARY WAGNER0.2000000.00
         SPARKY LYLE1.2001004.26
         VICENTE ROMO0.1000000.00

 

2B:GENE TENACE (1) TONY LaRUSSA (2) CATFISH HUNTER (1) REGGIE SMITH (1)
3B:GEORGE SCOTT (3) TOM SATRIANO (1)
HR:BERT CAMPANERIS (1) FELIPE ALOU (1) DON MINCHER (2) MIKE ANDREWS (2)
RBI:BERT CAMPANERIS (4) GENE TENACE (1) FELIPE ALOU (3) TONY LaRUSSA (2) CATFISH HUNTER (1) DON MINCHER (3) MIKE ANDREWS (7) TONY CONIGLIARO (2) GEORGE SCOTT (5) TOM SATRIANO (1) JOHN KENNEDY (3)
SB:BERT CAMPANERIS (7) RICK MONDAY (1)

 

 

 



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The first-place Cubs (now 6-1) picked up the half game they recently lost to the 5-2 Mets, as Ferguson Jenkins easily notched his Major League leading third win.  The Cubs slammed Larry Dierker hard with four homeruns, two by Jim Hickman.  Randy Hundley also had a pair of bleacher blasts, but his second came at the expense of Wade Blasingame.

Houston drops to 2-5, tied with the Giants for last place in the NL West.

 123456789  R  H  ELOB
Houston Astros000001000  1  4  0 4
Chicago Cubs01403001x  9  14  1 6

 

AstrosPOSABRHRBIAVG CubsPOSABRHRBIAVG
JOE MORGAN2B4110.286 DON KESSINGERSS5110.267
CESAR CEDENOLF4010.385 GLENN BECKERT2B5131.241
JIMMY WYNNCF3001.250 BILLY WILLIAMSLF5000.387
JOE PEPITONE1B3000.059 JIM HICKMANCF4222.286
DOUG RADER3B4000.259 RON SANTO3B3121.483
DENNIS MENKESS3010.357 JOHNNY CALLISONRF4112.200
JESUS ALOURF3000.188 ERNIE BANKS1B3110.235
JOHNNY EDWARDSC2000.286 RANDY HUNDLEYC4233.316
   LARRY HOWARDC10101.000 FERGUSON JENKINSP4010.083
LARRY DIERKERP2000.000
   NORM MILLERPH1000.286
   WADE BLASINGAMEP0000.000

 

AstrosIPHBBSORERERA CubsIPHBBSORERERA
LARRY DIERKER L(0-1)71226889.75 FERGUSON JENKINS W(3-0)9414111.29
WADE BLASINGAME1200119.00

 

2B:DON KESSINGER (1) GLENN BECKERT (1)
3B:JOE MORGAN (2)
HR:JIM HICKMAN (3) JOHNNY CALLISON (2) RANDY HUNDLEY (2)
RBI:JIMMY WYNN (4) GLENN BECKERT (1) JIM HICKMAN (7) RON SANTO (5) JOHNNY CALLISON (4) RANDY HUNDLEY (8)
SB:GLENN BECKERT (1)

 

 



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With this 9-4 win, the Braves improved to 5-2 to take over first place in the NL West.  In what I assume is a fairly uncommon feat in baseball (at least in the non-steroid era), the Braves hit back-to-back-to-back homeruns against Carl Morton, who has lost all three of his starts.  Hank Aaron, Orlando Cepeda and Bob Tillman all went yard with two outs in the fifth inning.  In the seventh, Tillman hit his second of the day to help knock reliever Mike Marshall out of the box.  Phil Niekro went the distance for the Braves.  He has won both of his starts with compete games. 

Montreal, which started strong at 3-1, has lost its last three and now reside in fourth place in the NL East with a 3-4 mark.  Bob Bailey hit his league leading fifth homerun for the Expos in the losing effort. 

 123456789  R  H  E LOB
Montreal Expos000100030  4  6  1  3
Atlanta Braves01004130x  9  11  1  8

 

ExposPOSABRHRBIAVG BravesPOSABRHRBIAVG
JIM GOSGERCF4110.286 FELIX MILLAN2B5221.231
MARV STAEHLE2B3000.118 TONY GONZALEZCF4021.333
RON FAIRLY1B4111.233 RICO CARTYLF4010.357
BOB BAILEYLF3010.333 HANK AARONRF5112.308
 3B1112.333 ORLANDO CEPEDA1B3311.375
RUSTY STAUBRF4100.321 BOB TILLMANC3223.308
JOHN BATEMANC3000.222 SONNY JACKSONSS3121.231
BOBBY WINESS4011.290 BOB ASPROMONTE3B4000.000
COCO LABOY3B3010.357 PHIL NIEKROP3000.000
   JOHN STROHMAYERP0000.000
   JOHN BOCCABELLAPH1000.000
CARL MORTONP1000.000
   MIKE MARSHALLP0000.000
   MACK JONESLF1000.250

 

ExposIPHBBSORERERA BravesIPHBBSORERERA
CARL MORTON L(0-3)5822545.21 PHIL NIEKRO W(2-0)96110443.00
MIKE MARSHALL1.2332437.71
JOHN STROHMAYER1.1002000.00

 

2B:JIM GOSGER (4) RON FAIRLY (1) RICO CARTY (1) SONNY JACKSON (1)
HR:BOB BAILEY (5) HANK AARON (1) ORLANDO CEPEDA (2) BOB TILLMAN (3)
RBI:RON FAIRLY (6) BOBBY WINE (2) BOB BAILEY (13) FELIX MILLAN (1) TONY GONZALEZ (1) HANK AARON (5) ORLANDO CEPEDA (3) BOB TILLMAN (7) SONNY JACKSON (1)
SB:MARV STAEHLE (1) RUSTY STAUB (1) FELIX MILLAN (2)


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The Big Red Machine uncharacteristically played small-ball at Crosley Field to defeat the Phillies 3-1.  In the fifth, with the Reds up 1-0 on the strength of Tony Perez's third homerun of the tournament, Bernie Carbo singled, stole second, then moved to third on an infield hit by Dave Concepcion.  Concepcion then stole second as Tim McCarver threw the ball into center field.  With Concepcion on third, pitcher Gay Nolan executed the suicide squeeze to perfection, and the Reds had all the runs they would need.

Cincinnati is now 4-3, one game off the pace in the NL West.  The Phillies drop to 1-6, five back in the NL East.

 123456789  R  H  ELOB
Philadelphia Phillies000000010  1  7  19
Cincinnati Reds10002000x  3  8  14

 

PhilliesPOSABRHRBIAVG RedsPOSABRHRBIAVG
OSCAR GAMBLECF4010.158 PETE ROSERF4010.296
TONY TAYLOR2B4000.190 BOBBY TOLANCF4010.370
DON MONEY3B4121.259 TONY PEREZ3B4111.448
DERON JOHNSON1B4010.259 JOHNNY BENCHC3010.222
JOHNNY BRIGGSLF4000.200 LEE MAY1B3000.115
   BARRY LERSCHP0000.000 BERNIE CARBOLF3120.375
TIM McCARVERC2000.222 DAVEY CONCEPCIONSS3110.133
LARRY BOWASS3000.360 TOMMY HELMS2B3010.250
RON STONERF4000.176 GARY NOLANP1001.000
JIM BUNNINGP2010.250
   DICK SELMAP0000.000
   TERRY HARMONPH10101.000
   JOE HOERNERP0000.000
   BYRON BROWNELF1010.364

 

PhilliesIPHBBSORERERA RedsIPHBBSORERERA
JIM BUNNING L(0-2)4.2703323.60 GARY NOLAN W(2-1)9747113.52
DICK SELMA1.1001004.50
JOE HOERNER1.1101005.79
BARRY LERSCH0.2011002.08

 

2B:BYRON BROWNE (1) PETE ROSE (3)
3B:DON MONEY (1)
HR:DON MONEY (1) TONY PEREZ (3)
RBI:DON MONEY (3) TONY PEREZ (8) GARY NOLAN (1)
SB:BERNIE CARBO (2) DAVEY CONCEPCION (1)


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